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In this video about UT’s power plant and chilling stations, learn how efficiency improvements keep campus fuel use about the same as in 1977.
The documentary “When I Rise” chronicles the life of world-renowned opera singer and University of Texas at Austin alumna Barbara Smith Conrad.
In the documentary film “When I Rise,” Barbara Smith Conrad speaks candidly about being removed from the lead role in The University of Texas at Austin’s 1957 production of the opera “Dido and Aeneas.”
Barbara Smith Conrad makes an emotional return visit to Center Point, Texas, her hometown and the home of the first accredited black school in the state.
What do you need to know about your first day of college classes? Get that advice and more from Dr. David Laude in the College of Natural Sciences.
Dr. Travis LaDuc helps students learn about urban ecosystems by studying the snakes of Waller Creek, the watershed that runs through campus.
Meet the University of Texas Solar Vehicles Team, a student club on campus that designs, builds, tests and races cars powered by the sun.
The Graduate School marks its 100th anniversary this year.
The art of Professor Emeritus Paul Hatgil adorns many interesting places on The University of Texas at Austin campus and in the city of Austin.
With equal amounts of passion, Dr. Kate Mackie of the McCombs School of Business teaches MBA students and fosters horses.
Since 1996, the Hearts of Texas Charitable Campaign has provided an easy and efficient way for UT faculty and staff to make donations to causes they care about. The annual Hearts of Texas drive runs through October.
President William Powers Jr. delivered his fifth President’s State of the University Address Sept. 15. This video — highlighting the achievements of the university’s talented faculty, students and staff — played before and after the address.
Incoming freshmen and transfer students received a head start at becoming Longhorns while attending Camp Texas. The three-day retreat at Camp Balcones Springs, sponsored by the Texas Exes, helps new students learn tricks to creating a better college experience, while meeting other incoming Longhorns.
Jim Nicar, director of the Texas Exes UT Heritage Society, recounts how the university chose burnt orange and white as its colors. For some years, different athletic teams tried various color combinations — including bright orange, maroon and blue — before finally putting the matter to a vote.